"Originally Introduced by the 'Queen of Song' Maud Lambert in Lew Fields' Greatest Success 'The midnight sons'."
"A bigger 'hit' than 'Has anybody here seen Kelly?'!"
"Also Publ. for Band and Orchestra."
Illustrated t.p. has brown/white/ivory design by Starmer. Inset portrait of Maud Lambert (from photograph)
Publisher's advertisement on t.p. verso has t.p. and music (reduced) for songs: Some of these days / words and music by Shelton Brooks. Let those sleigh bells be our wedding chimes / words by Will J. Harris ; music by Harry I. Robinson. Advertisement on p.  has t.p. and music (reduced) for the chorus of a song: Gee! but there's class to a girl like you / words and music by W.R. Williams. Advertisement also lists "Songs that are popular." Advertisement on p.  has music for the beginning and ending of the chorus of "Will Rossiter's $7,000.00 song sensation": Meet me to-night in dreamland / music by Leo Friedman ; words by Beth Slater Whitson. Portrait (from photograph) of Reine Davies, who introduced the song